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Restrictive Practice Recognition

Confidently identify restrictive practices and safeguard the person's rights. Understand legal requirements of monitoring and reporting restrictive practices and how to meet the NDIS quality standards.

This one-hour workshop covers:

  • Knowing what restrictive practice is and how to identify it
  • Learning the four L’s of Restrictive Practice to ensure legal requirements are met
  • Knowing how to use behaviour support plans to minimise the use of restrictive practice
  • Gaining case study practice of identifying restrictive practice use
  • Knowing what to document when restrictive practice is used and how to monitor safety

Developer of the FACT documentation method, Michele is experienced in the implementation of clinical governance to achieve excellence in care delivery, quality standard compliance and supportive work environments for staff. She advises on clinical governance internationally and promotes the use of lean, human factor informed systems to simplify the achievement of quality outcomes.

Michele's experience includes leading the risk management service for tertiary hospitals, the oversight of medico-legal cases, complaints systems, root cause analyses, open disclosure, credentialing processes, staff performance issues and clinical governance committees.

Who should attend?

Recommended to all frontline staff within disability service organisations. 

Event details:

Date: Wednesday, 22 November

Time: 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm AEDT

Location: Online


  • NDS Members: $100 plus GST
  • Non-members: $150 plus GST